Automeris innoxia (Schaus, 1906)

Origin :
Flight time :
Overwintering :
Pairing :
Broods :
Egg stage :
Foodplants :
South America and some Islands
December - March, 2nd brood June - September
Cocoon
Not easy
2
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Fagus, Quercus, probably Acacia and Rubus
Medium to difficult. Eggs should be kept warm and humid, also the first  
4-5 instars of the caterpillars. Clean them every day! I reared them in  
closed containers. They have 8-11 instars! The caterpillars are very  
beautiful! I tried to pair them, but without success. Females are  
calling, but it seems males don't attracted to them. They where  
reared from wild collected females, so I don't know what could trigger  
them.
Info

Automeris innoxia 5th instar © M. Fischer

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